How To Do Facial Elongation With Your Platinum Deluxe® Makeup Palette: A blog about how to do facial elongation with your Platinum Deluxe palette.
Introducing FACE FACTOR: A blog about how to use your Platinum Deluxe makeup palette to get big glamorous Hollywood style eyes.
Let’s go over ti-ii-ime-less tips from a make-up artist extraordinaire on making your face look longer and leaner.
Tips and Tricks: How to get big eyes with your Deluxe makeup palette.
1. Stick to the basics.
If you’re not sure what your skin needs, start with the basics: moisturizer, cleanser and sunscreen. These three products will hydrate your skin, cleanse it and protect it from damage. If you’re unsure of which products to use, ask your doctor or dermatologist for advice.
2. Use the correct cleanser.
It’s important to choose a product that works best with your skin type and concerns. If you have oily skin, opt for an oil-free cleanser; if you have dry or sensitive skin, look for a gentle exfoliator that won’t irritate or dry out your face. Look for a cleanser that washes away dirt and oil without stripping the natural oils from your face in the process. The best way to determine which one is right for you is by trying them out on a small patch of skin — if it makes your face feel clean but not stripped dry or tight, then that’s probably a good sign!
3. Don’t forget to moisturize!
Moisturizing is essential for healthy-looking skin — it keeps sebum production under control so that our pores don’t become clogged up (which can lead to breakouts),
What’s the most important beauty tip? The answer might surprise you.
The most important thing you can do for your skin is to cleanse it regularly.
Cleansing is a must for those with oily or combination skin types, as it removes excess sebum, dirt and dead skin cells that can lead to breakouts. Cleansers should be gentle enough to not irritate sensitive skin, but strong enough to remove makeup.
The best cleanser for your skin type depends on how much dirt and grime you’re dealing with daily. If you have dry skin, choose a cleansing product containing aloe vera or honey; if you have oily skin, opt for something that contains salicylic acid (which helps reduce blackheads).
We’ve all heard the saying, “less is more,” but in beauty, that doesn’t always apply.
“Less is more” means you should only use the products you need and don’t overdo it. And when it comes to our face, less really does equal more. That’s because a lot of our skin care routine can be just as important for your face as it is for your body.
Face masks and scrubs can be great tools for exfoliating dead skin cells from your pores, unclogging them and helping to keep them clear of any dirt or grime that could cause breakouts. They also help to give your skin a healthy glow because they’re filled with antioxidants that can help fight free radicals and reduce inflammation in your face.
- Don’t forget to exfoliate.
- Scrubbing your lips is essential.
- Try out a blended lip and cheek stain.
- Do not use the same makeup brush for concealer and foundation.
- : Don’t forget about your jawline.
- Apply moisturizer before makeup primer.
- Use blush to define your cheekbones.
- Sleep on your back or in a satin pillowcase to avoid sleep creases in your face.
Takeaway: Some of these beauty tips are common knowledge, but there are some you may have never heard about before!
Like we said before, less is more when it comes to facial products — especially if you have sensitive skin or acne-prone skin like we do! But there are still plenty of things you should be using on a daily basis if you want to reap the full benefits of all those products above!